Join us in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula for an exclusive evening presented by OOMPH!. Enjoy live music and interviews from upcoming local talent, a free photo booth, custom art installations, and a private bar - the perfect opportunity to meet, connect and get involved with other creatives!
When: Friday, August 24th, 7pm - 11pm
Book tickets now!
Yoga is on the mat. It's off the mat. It's where we find ourselves. It's where our breath, bodies and hearts beat. It's inner freedom and it's ours to share.
Join lululemon athletica at The Nook for complimentary yoga every Sunday for the entire month of August.
First class: August 5th, 2018
Time: 9am - 10am
The Snake Hole presents the 2018 Winter collection ‘Pleasure Asylum’. A three-part installation of art driven garments, inspired by 90’s rave culture and analogue processes.
Date: Friday 15 June 2018
Time: 6 – 9.30pm
The Peninsula Above & Below exhibition is a collaboration between two photographers with a passion for the ocean, Matt Burgess and Matt Testoni. The exhibition presents a unique perspective of the Mornington Peninsula, showcasing ocean-inspired images from Above & Below. Burgess takes us Above the waves with his spectacular images featuring ocean landscapes of turbulent waves and stunning sunlight. Testoni shoots Below the surface, capturing the unique and beautiful inhabitants that lurk in the unique underwater world of the Peninsula.
Opening night: Fri 8 December, 6–9pm
Exhibition runs until: Thu 14 December
Music, beers, food, auctions!
Date: Friday 1st December
Animal Memory draws attention to the massive loss of the natural world we are currently undergoing and it’s parallel of cultural knowledge. The drawings within this exhibition focus on archetypal animals that have had strong mythological and cultural resonance within human societies over history.
Exhibition opening: Sun 5 November, 2–5pm
Exhibition runs until: Sun 12 November 2017
Live Art, Live Music, Live Food!
This event is like no other, its a local exhibition of everything rich in art, music, food, wine & beer.
Date: Sunday 17 Dec, 1–5pm
Cost: $40 per adult / $20 per child
Ticket Bookings: TBC
Shaped By Time is the first solo exhibition by local Mornington Peninsula artist Luke Tyrrell. This exhibition features an array of paintings and drawings which explore the rugged yet beautiful back beach coastline between Rye and Sorrento. Luke was inspired to produce the artwork for this exhibition during one of his numerous runs along the stunning but often deserted coastal trail that winds through the sand dunes. Luke has combined his passion for trail running and painting to collect stimulus in the form of photographs and sketches to produce this series of artworks.
Opening night: Sat 28 October, 4–7pm
Exhibition runs until: Fri 3 November
Arswandaru Cahyo’s It's All Right is an exploration of daily life. In particular the exhibition explores the role and influence of technology in todays world. Arswandaru draws inspiration from his own experiences living in a tropical paradise, and to create surreal and psychedelic pieces.
Opening night: Fri 22 Sep 2017, 7–10pm
Exhibition runs until: Sat 23 Sep 2017
Bookings for the next business portrait session with Janis House Photography are now open. The perfect opportunity to update your current commercial portraits. Ideal for creatives / corporates / tradespeople and for those wishing to refresh their CV.
Date: Thu 24 August 2017
Location: The Nook Gallery
Cost: $255 – Includes 4 images / 2 outfits / Hair & Make Up
Bookings: Only six sessions are available, so please call or email now to secure your spot. Contact Janis on 0409 519 078 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In January 2017, Caitlin cycled 844km's south from Nelson to Queenstown on the West Coast of New Zealand. With help from a support team, she rode to raise money for The Conor Foley Neuroblastoma Cancer Research Foundation. A foundation created at the passing of her cousin, who was only 17.
Drawing parallels from travelling the slow way, Caitlin highlights this process by hand-printing all the photographs in the Colour dark room – an integral part of the exhibition. Ultimately, 844km’s South, is the final point of her destination.
Opening night: Sat 24 Jun 2017, 6–9pm (All welcome!)
Exhibition runs until: Sun 2 Jul 2017
In November of 2016, Emma volunteered at The Elephant Nature Park in Northern Thailand. Currently home to 71 Asian elephants (alongside hundreds of rescued cats, dogs, and livestock), the park focuses on rescuing elephants from tourism, illegal logging and circuses.
Opening Night: Fri 2nd June, 6–9pm
Exhibition runs until: Sun 11th June
Gallery hours: Wed 7th & Thu 8th 10–4pm / Sat 10th & Sun 11th 10–4pm
Innative is a devotional art showcase of local artists to the Mornington Peninsula and surrounds. You are warmly welcomed to experience a sensual space of articulated beauty through nature, visionary paintings, wood work mandalas, glassworks, projections and soundscapes.
Opening Night: Friday 7th April, 6–11pm
Exhibition runs until: Sunday 9th April 2017
Opening Night: Friday 17th February 7pm – 9:30pm. Free entry – all welcome!
Exhibition runs: until Monday 20th February 2017
Opening hours: Saturday 10am – 5pm / Sunday 10am – 5pm / Monday 10am – 5pm
Chasing dreams is a photographic exhibition produced by Nick Carrick and highlights the Mornington Peninsula and the aquatic beauty that makes it so special. Nick’s work showcases the sea and how unpredictable, and every changing the ocean is. On top showcasing the sea and surf that the Peninsula is blessed with, Nick’s work also provides a glimpse into the relationship between the rocky shorelines and the people that traverse them to be at home in the water.
A photographic exhibition by Daniel Milligan & Tom Terlaak
Opening night: Fri 3 Feb 2017, 6–9pm
Exhibition runs until Wed 15 Feb 2017
Traveling to Iceland in the summer is like landing on a far away planet. The sun never truly sets and you loose all grasp of time. Explore this incredible country with Daniel and Tom as their photographs showcase its breathtaking, beautiful landscapes. The second portion of the show is more low key and a small collection of Daniel and Tom's travels around America. Many cities, mountains, canyons, ghost towns and lots of friends along the way.
Opening night: 21st January 2017, 6–9pm
Exhibition runs until: Wed 1st Feb 2017
Bonnita’s art is motivated by traditions of the ancient world; a celebration of Paganism, mythology and folklore. Her masks are vibrant portals into the imagination of the human psyche, leaping into the realms of natural phenomenon.